Некоторые аспекты трактовки понятий незаконного перемещения и незаконного удержания ребенка в контексте Гаагской Конвенции о гражданско-правовых аспектах похищения детей 1980 г.
The paper looks at wrongful removal and wrongful retention – two types of child abduction identified by the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction of 1980 (Russia has become its member in 2011). The author explains the difference between these concepts and the reasons why it is important to accurately fix the date of the wrongful removal (retention). The author also focuses on the major component of wrongful removal (retention), which is a consent of a person (parent) from whom the child has been presumably abducted to the child’s removal (retention). If a parent does not make any objections, neither removal nor retention can be seen as child abduction. The paper also presents a brief analysis of the Neustadt case defined by English courts as “the anatomy of an abduction”.